please log in to view this image Saturday 23rd November 12.30pm Premier League London Stadium The international break was a little more eventful than usual and not because of any actual football. A draw and an awful performance against Sheffield United saw Pochettino's reign come to an end. Mourinho's time at the club starts in the same way that his predecessor's did, coincidentally. That match saw two red cards and a last minute winner from Eric Dier, of all people. Will history repeat itself or will our terrible form continue? West Ham have had a rather mixed start to Manuel Pelligrini's second season at the club. Opening day battering by City aside, they'd got off to a pretty good start. Three wins and three draws followed and there were understandably optimistic noises from the fans. That third draw came at a heavy cost though, as last season's Hammer of the Year picked up an injury. Lukasz Fabianski was consigned to the treatment table and their form went with him. Adrian's summer departure to Liverpool left the club in need of some backup. Former Espanyol stopper Roberto was brought in to fill the gap and he's had a fairly torrid time since. He conceded 4 goals to Oxford in the League Cup and has yet to be on the winning side in the league. The four losses and two draws that he's played in have seen his side plummet down the early table. 5th place has been swapped for 16th and there are various murmurings about the manager now. Our visit to the former Olympic stadium last season wasn't an amazing one, but we took the points. A fairly comfortable first half ended with Erik Lamela heading us into the lead from a Sissoko cross. The second half was a far more ragged affair though, as Arnautovic lead the search for an equaliser. He was denied repeatedly by Hugo Lloris, who put on a Man of the Match performance to keep him out. Hernandez thought he'd stolen a point late on, but the offside flag went up and it remained 1-0: The reverse fixture was one of our more disjointed home performances of the campaign. A flat and rather turgid display saw the sides go in level at the break with little to speak about. A break from them saw Antonio give them the lead and it was rarely tested. Diop and Antonio had other opportunities to add to the lead, but they spurned them and were nearly punished. Vincent Janssen's late introduction could've grabbed an eqauliser, but his header was cleared off the line: Lamela, Lloris and Vorm all miss this one through injury, while Ndombele and Vertonghen face late tests. Lanzini and Fabianski are out for the hosts. Neither side has any suspensions. Lineups for each side's last league game: Spurs: Gazzaniga; Aurier, Sanchez, Dier, Davies; Sissoko, Ndombele; Lo Celso, Alli, Son; Kane. Subs: Vorm, Foyth, Alderweireld, Sessegnon, Winks, Eriksen, Moura. League form: WLDLDD. West Ham: Roberto; Fredericks, Balbuena, Diop, Cresswell; Snodgrass, Rice, Noble, Anderson; Fornals; Haller. Subs: Martin, Ogbonna, Zabaleta, Sanchez, Lanzini, Yarmolenko, Ajeti. League form: DLLDLL. Ref: Michael Oliver. VAR: Andre Marriner. TV: BT Sport 1. How would you like to line up for this one and what would you change from the Sheffield United game? Would you stick with the same lineup, make a couple of changes or go for a wholesale switch? Which system and tactics would you use and what are you expecting West Ham to go with?